now i have a big anwer.christians,budhist,muslims,non religious and others may all be correct.there is no knowing of what there is when we die.perhaps another life and so on or perhaps we go to heaven with every other person.no one knows and im glad its this way.if everyone knew a lot of wars would start.I guess its all unknown.
Christians who deny they have a religion deny the essential message of Christ that intended to bring the message of loving God and neighbor to a community. I doubt there is any religion that would call me orthodox, but I believe in the God of Exodus 3 and 34, the same God of the Torah, the Tanakh, and the Gospels.
Technically Gnostic. I do believe in a supreme being. But I don't believe he (for lack of a better term) watches over every one of us, keeping score. Instead, I believe he is more like a gardener. This earth is one of his fields, and wants each of us to grow. But like a gardener, he doesn't pussy-foot around with each soul. If we don't grow up correctly, learn all the lessons he wants us to learn, he'll replant us for a second, third, however many times we may need. When we finally mature then we are ready to move on, not to some cloud city and sit on our asses, but to truly do good.
I'm a Christian, but I will be baptized soon to be a catholic. I believe in God that he made the earth and sent his son Jesus Christ to come and die for our sins he was crucified he rose died again and will come again.
I'm a Harley. I believe unicorns were once real, mermaids are real, time travel will happen, gays are right, there is an afterlife, reincarnation, karma, souls, and soul mates, but there is no god. I believe the often misconception of this god are the strong emotions we feel, such as love and hate, without the all-powerful man in the sky. I believe in the things I believe in without the restrictions of "sin". They might sound silly, but I do. I am happy to say beliefs are my own.